Yes, dogs can pee in their sleep. There are a number of different conditions that can lead to urination during sleep. They can also have trouble “holding it” until they get outside to go potty, so it may appear that they peed while they were sleeping but they were actually awake and aware. If you suspect your dog is peeing in their sleep, here are possible causes.
Snoring is fairly common in dogs. Just as with humans, it can range in intensity from cute to disturbing, and just as with humans, snoring in dogs happens for the same basic physiological reason: there’s some type of blockage in the airways that prevents air from passing unobstructed.
But what causes the blockage? There are many potential underlying causes of airway blockages that can cause snoring in dogs.
Getting enough sleep is vital for good health. But sometimes too much is too much. If your dog sleeps all day long, you might be wondering if it’s a sign that something else going on. And the answer is yes, it could be – excessive sleep is a common sign of many health conditions that need medical attention, some of which are discussed below. Or it could be a normal amount of sleep that’s no cause for concern. First let’s look at what’s considered normal when it comes to dogs and sleep.